Rotary Club of Patterson

Welcome to our Club!

Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

First Tuesday of the month is @ 7:30 at the Putnam Diner, Rt 22 Patterson, NY. All other Tuesdays are @7:15 at the
Patterson Rec Center
65 Front St
(Side entrance on left )
Patterson, NY  12563
United States
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It's the event everyone has been waiting for...
Patterson Rotary Club's 19th Annual

Saturday, April 25, 6 9 PM

This year's honoree:
The Patterson Fire Department





ImagePatterson Rotary Club brings a little bit of Upstate NY to the Bronx  




ImageThe Rotary Club of Patterson N.Y. will host its Third Annual Blues and Barbecue Festival on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the Patterson Firehouse!




During the 2013-2014 Rotary year which runs from July 1 through June 30, President John Kelly was very pleased with the good the Rotary Club of Patterson did in the local and international community.

Well over $30,000 of funding as well as many hours of volunteer services were given back to the community throughout the year. Over 40 organizations and numerous local individuals have benefitted from the hard work and fundraisers the members have taken part in throughout the year.

For a list of some of the organizations who the Rotary Club has assisted this year, click on the link below to see more.


On Friday, 5/30/14 Rotarians from around the world broke two world records. While at the Rotary International Convention held this year in Sydney, Australia, Rotarians broke two world records while on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

One record previously held by Oprah Winfrey audience members was broken when 340 Rotarians climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge at one time. The Rotarians simultaneously broke another record by flying the most country flags from the bridge.

Click on the following link to see the Rotarians in action breaking the records:



Click on the following link to learn how Rotarians around the world work together to make a better world:



A recent video released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) focuses on how Rotary International is the main force behind Polio eradication around the world:


Congratulations and welcome to our two newest members!


Rich Parente (on right) with President John Kelly and membership chair Jim Byron 8/13/13, and
Jim Byron installing Jason Maxwell with a Rotary pin on April 23rd.


Click on 'More' below to see pictures from our recent
Installation Barbecue.

What a beautiful day. Great food, friends and fun.
And a Special Thank you to:
the eight Carmel Veterans who joined us for the festivities
& United Cerebral Palsy of Brewster for hosting the event.




President Elect
Director 2 yrs
Director 2 yrs
President Elect Designate
Director 1 yr
Director 1 yr
Immediate Past President